The closing panel of the 2022 IPA International Publishers Congress looks the responsibility to increase diversity in book publishing.
The 33rd International Publishers Congress hits the right notes in a complex array of issues, needs, successes and challenges.
Whose responsibility is it, one congress panelist will ask, to address today’s shallowing-out of reading as a habit in many cultures?
In Elsevier’s newly released 95-page ‘Confidence in Research’ report, international scientists, scholars, and researchers are the respondents.
In a trend reflecting reader behavior more than supply-chain issues, the American book market heads downward in NPD’s BookScan data.
The IPA’s International Publishers Congress focuses on women in publishing, accessibility, the state of reading, the value of EdTech, cultural hegemony, and more.
The pandemic, branding, and geopolitical politics were on the table in Juergen Boos’ conversation with CEOs of Scholastic and Ravensburger.
As Sharjah’s conference concludes, speakers turn to translation, multinational publishing, and potential Arab-market advances.
In ‘my first statement’ on the ruling blocking the PRH-S&S merger, Markus Dohle says the court order is ‘a very unfortunate part of the political agenda.’
Sharjah’s Guest of Honor Italy, digital publishing in the Arab world and more open the 2022 Publishers Conference professional program.